I liked this episode. Lots of back story, lots of action, lots of surprises.
I counted 13 red lasers pointed at our Hero in the final scene, this should be interesting ... very interesting.
I wonder how he's going to wrangle out of that one :)
I'm super glad that Sarah Shahi and Amy Acker are getting beefier roles. I've been a big fan of Sarah Shahi since Life. I'm glad that both she and Damian Lewis (homeland) found new homes to breathe life into new characters.
I think that Amy Acker is cast perfectly in this show as well.
I like it when there are strong female lead characters that "kick ass" so to speak. It's the reason I liked Alias and new shows like Agents of the S.H.I.E.L.D. (did I get that right?) anyway.
If this show gets too much better my head might explode.
As far as BATB goes, the new storyline is ok at least it is new and different. Nice to see Vincent without all of the gashes in his face.
That being said, the television audience can be fickle. If the show doesn't get any traction beyond 900,000 viewers (really? thats all?) then its going to be doomed in a hurry. The network will pull the plug early and run reruns of something else.
I hope that doesn't happen.
I stopped watching HOD mid second season. Way to sappy for me. I like Rachel Bilson and most of the rest of the cast. I wish that they all could be transplanted to a different show entirely. Something edgy with the same caliber of writing that The Blacklist has.
For some reason, even though I like most of the cast, Hostages is just not floating my boat. Two episodes and I'm out. Goofy premise, goofy execution, goofy story.
The Doctor holds all of the cards but the writers have made her too much of a stupid pushover to realize this. Plus they're all living their normal lives. There can't be THAT many people in on this Presidential Assassination that the the family members can't get away by any number of logical and easy to think of methods.
Finally, Grace and Rigsby are married!!
Now we can move on and catch Red John.
I think that its remotely possible that its NOT someone on that list. If it is who do you think Red John is?
Looks like Conrad will be able to back peddle the confession. With the death of Father Paul, Conrad doesn't really have that much incentive anymore, he can go back to being the sleaze he really is.
As another commenter here suggested, Conrad might find out that his diagnosis is not correct which will definitely put a clamp on a Confessional I think.
I didn't know (cause I don't follow any of that crap) that Emily VanCamp and Josh Bowman are dating in real life.
And why am I the ONLY one that likes / believes / has a soft spot for childhood romance? I loved that Jack and Amanda were little soul mates and when the show started he had a sail boat named after her.
I know that everybody else hates that relationship but that's the one I was hoping would succeed. OK, I'm crazy.
Hey! Am I the only one that thinks Ichabod's clothes are GREAT! I wish I had some outfits like that. That's pure class!
I really like this show and I am surprised because from the initial trailers I thought is was going to be pretty bad!
I stopped watching this show mid second season.
The writing became to sappy for me.
So I watched this latest episode ... not much has changed. I really like Rachel Bilson, Jaime King and most of the rest of the cast. I just wish the entire cast could be transplanted into a different show completely.
The writing is (for me) juvenile.
It's not often that NBC gets it right. I hope they don't blow it on this one.
Great show. I like the uncertainty of each episode. We were led down a path, then another path and then another path. Great writing, great cast and plenty of back story mystery.
I really hope that Pi's last episode is next week. What are the writers thinking? Alexis' character is going down the tubes. It wasn't that strong to begin with, but with the addition of that idiotic character it's only making things worse.
I gave the show 3 Stars just because of the Pi Drain.
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